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14 Best Places to see in Seattle for First Time Visitors

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14 Best Places to see in Seattle for First Time Visitors

Introduction - If you don't want to miss out on any famous Seattle landmarks, read this list of the 14 best places...

 
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North Queen Anne Drive Bridge

Place To See 1 - The North Queen Anne Drive Bridge was constructed in 1936 to replace the former wooden crossing. The bridge connects the...

 
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Space Needle

Place To See 2 - The Space Needle is, without a doubt, one of the most famous sites in Seattle. Constructed in 1962, it is...

 
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Sky View Observatory

Place To See 3 - Sky View Observatory, located nearly 1000 feet above the ground on the 73rd floor, is the tallest public observation area...

 
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Lake Union

Place To See 4 - Lake Union, located entirely within the borders of Seattle, is a beautiful freshwater lake. The name of the lake is...

 
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Volunteer Park

Place To See 5 - Volunteer Park is a 48-acre park in the center of Seattle. The park is known for its conservatory built in...

 
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Ballard Locks

Place To See 6 - Ballard Locks is a complex of locks located in Lake Washington Ship Canal. The spot is a popular Seattle landmark...

 
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Gas Works Park

Place To See 7 - Gas Works Park is a 19-acre park and one of the landmarks in Seattle, WA. The site used to be...

 
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Pioneer Square

Place To See 8 - Pioneer Square is quite literally the birthplace of Seattle. It was the first neighborhood of the city, dating back to...

 
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Pike Place Market

Place To See 9 - Pike Place Market is more than a 100-year-old marketplace located in the center of Seattle. It is one of the...

 

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